The new Intelligent Design is powerful in categorizing two extreme opposites but I need more data from COVID-19. Will you help me finish this scientific quest?
THE ORIGIN OF COVID-19: A SCIENTIFIC GUIDE Through The New Intelligent Design
As of this writing, COVID-19 had been infecting almost 400 million people and counting, had been killing over 5.5 million humans and still counting, had been destroying trillions of US dollars of economy and still going on, had been interrelating (intelligently relating or intentionally relating) from Alpha to Omicron variants and COVID-19 is causing many suicides due to lockdowns. One of the worst hit of the COVID-19 is the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, in where athletes compete each other without onlooking supporters, audiences, and customers, while the Japanese government had spent billions of US dollars in anticipation of success of the games. In addition, the Tokyo 2020 Olympics was postponed for one year due to COVID-19. So far, no one had ever shown if the COVID-19 had originated naturally (naturen) or not (intellen). To answer and solve this mystery or dilemma, science needs a universally correct scientific categorization method or technique to pinpointedly nail down the origin of the COVID-19 correctly and prevent future occurrences of destructive virus pandemic. The discoveries from the new Intelligent Design are being proposed to be used as guide in dealing and categorizing the topic of origins, especially, the origin of COVID-19.
Below is my summited article in Zenodo. Help humanity and science by nailing the origin of COVID-19.
This is a reminder that this isn't a discussion thread. If MrIntelligentDesign would like to discuss the origin of SARS-CoV-2 (not of covid-19, the illness caused by SARS-CoV-2) he should submit a thread proposal that doesn't read like nonsense and doesn't link to a paper that reads like nonsense.
Coronaviruses exist in nature, circulate in nature, and evolve in nature. There is every reason to believe that SARS-CoV-2 came from nature just like all of the other coronaviruses. However, it can be difficult to trace every single coronavirus back to the intermediate and primary hosts. For example, it took quite a few years to find the primary host for SARS-CoV that emerged in 2003.
Spillover from mammalian host species into the human population is always going to be a risk. The only way to combat this is surveillance so we can catch the emergence of especially worrisome viral strains before they can be spread to the larger population.